Paula Broadwell attended two meetings at the White House's Eisenhower Executive Office Building, one in 2009, and one in 2011, a White House official told TPM on Friday.
"One meeting was in June 2009 with a NSS [National Security Staff] staffer who handled Afghanistan and Pakistan policy," a White House official told TPM in an email. "The other meeting was a June 2011 broad briefing on Afghanistan-Pakistan policy for a group of approximately 20 attendees."
Broadwell, who wrote a laudatory biography of Gen. David Petraeus, last week was identified as the woman with whom the now-former CIA director had an affair.
According to the official, Broadwell's meetings are not reflected in the White House's public visitor records because the first predated the administration's voluntary disclosure policy, and the second was withheld under the national security exemption to the disclosure policy.